It's panto season. Oh no, it isn'tWell, actually that's just about right with this anti-panto production. This adaptation of Yevgeny Schwartz’s brilliantly funny 1943 critique of Stalinist Russia sees a ten-piece ensemble perform in everyday clothes, with no set and no lights. They're talking all things love, desire and dictatorships. Like Stalin meets the Princess Bride. You have to see it to believe.
Latecomers may not be admitted.